We have an exciting opportunity for people passionate about community development and wellbeing in Kensington & Chelsea and Westminster. Our Talking Therapies services (IAPT) have created new roles for Community Development Managers (1 full time post for each service) to help the services work more closely with community groups and GP networks to improve engagement and our service provision for all in our communities.
Paddington Development Trust aims to empower deprived communities in London, through employability, social entrepreneurship, health and well-being programmes, and facility development. They are currently seeking to recruit new trustees to their board. They are particularly keen to hear from those who are or have recently been PDT service users, and those with a connection to the local community in north-west Westminster, , either through work, volunteering or residency. They also actively encourage applications from black and minority ethnic candidates, and people with disabilities.
Henna is recruiting an Outreach Worker to: To develop cooperate fundraising and contacts; to undertake outreach and make contacts in all London
boroughs; and to increase and maintain Hennas online services portal. The role is a 2 day post (14 hours) for 3 months @ £11 per hour.
The Advocacy Project has a well-earned reputation for providing high quality advocacy and user involvement. We are a diverse and inclusive organisation. We currently have a number of vacancies including Advocates, Experienced managers and a Treasurer (Board of Trustees).
One Westminster is recruiting a Social Prescribing Link Worker. The suitable candidate is an individual who is passionate about connecting people to a broad range of community groups and services. Social Prescribing Link Workers will use a holistic approach to support patients to take control of their health and wellbeing.
Midaye is looking for an enthusiastic Research Coordinator to direct and deliver a project to capture the stories of BME individuals living in West London during the COVID-19 lockdown. This is a 6-month, contracted position, working 15 hours per week.
Women and Girls Network is seeking practitioners to join their outstanding therapeutic services and who will thrive in a multi-cultural feminist environment. As well as the opportunity to make a difference to survivor’s lives, Honorary Counsellors gain valuable experience within London’s violence against women and girls sector.
Help improve mental health services in K&C and Westminster. Join a team of experts by experience that evaluate local mental health services and recommend positive changes, based on the views and experiences of local service users.